Prema is the envy of many a metropolitan venue

Prema is a family friendly Arts Centre, promoting performance, live music and art exhibitions as well as accessible workshops, classes and creative experiences for kids and adults.

Prema, near Dursley in the Stroud valleys, offers an affordable day out for all folk in the South West.

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Featured Events


February

Sun 7
2pm - 5pm

drawing making underground families

Going Underground

£30 • Friends £28

Explore an opulent, imaginary world of bones, fossils, burrows, creatures and caves on this creative afternoon of metaphorically lurking in the undergrowth and excavating your imagination. We’ve brought together two of our favourite artists for this fantastic family workshop which explores what lies beneath our feet. Our dream team combines the artistic ingenuity of illustrators Imogen Harvey Lewis and Simon Mills. There’ll be a liberal mix of drawing and making as we discover burrows and root systems. Perfect for families with children of any age, there’ll be skills to adapt and ideas to try whatever your artistic abilities. Price is for a family of four (or equivalent)

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February

Sat 6
10am - 4pm

digital photography beginners technical technique

Getting To Know Your Digital Camera

£42/£39(c) • Friends £40/£37(c)

Photographer Rupert Russell leads this intensive masterclass to help you to get the very best out of your digital SLR camera. This is very much for novice photographers, or for those who’ve had an upgrade this Christmas and are afraid to take it out of the box. We’ll be exploring particular functions on the camera, demystifying the f-stop with bags of hands-on snapping challenges to put your newfound skills into practice. You will need to bring along your own DSLR camera (ideally Canon or Nikon).

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Sun 7
2pm - 5pm

drawing making underground families

Going Underground

£30 • Friends £28

Explore an opulent, imaginary world of bones, fossils, burrows, creatures and caves on this creative afternoon of metaphorically lurking in the undergrowth and excavating your imagination. We’ve brought together two of our favourite artists for this fantastic family workshop which explores what lies beneath our feet. Our dream team combines the artistic ingenuity of illustrators Imogen Harvey Lewis and Simon Mills. There’ll be a liberal mix of drawing and making as we discover burrows and root systems. Perfect for families with children of any age, there’ll be skills to adapt and ideas to try whatever your artistic abilities. Price is for a family of four (or equivalent)

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Tue 9
7pm - 9pm

mosaic jewellery fun

Girls' Night Out - Mosaic Jewellery

Per person per session £15

Our Girls' Night Out offers you the chance to join the fabulous ladies from TomatoJack Studio this evening for some miniature mosaic magic. You’ll have the chance to make two gorgeous mosaic pendants using a variety of materials from glass, ceramic tiles, crockery, millefiori, stained glass and beads.

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Fri 12
8pm

folk minimalist beauty film music

Three Cane Whale with Maarja Nuut

£12/£9(c) • Friends £10/£8(c) • On door £15

Multi-instrumental acoustic trio Three Cane Whale comprises Alex Vann, Pete Judge and Paul Bradley. It combines the influences of folk, minimalism, classical and film music to produce something “fascinating, remarkable, and impressively original” (The Guardian), in which “the aroma of muddy leaves and old nettles is almost tangible” (The Observer).

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Sat 13
8pm

visual theatre performance young people

Theatre Temoin in Nobody's Home

£10/£7(c) • Friends £8/£6(c) • Family £25/ • Friends £23 • On door £15

Odysseus has come home from the war. His bath's broken, and he can't fix it. As he stares at his reflection, he begins to find that his journey back to the people he loves might not be as easy at it might have seemed. Set in a bathroom, Nobody’s Home follows a soldier’s homeward journey through his own mind as he struggles with the monsters of his past.

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